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than men in the indian society? >> unlike the united states or countries, where the judeo christian faith is where women are given value and significance. in many of these nations, it is not like that. >> wendy: how is it in the church in india? as people accept christ, do you find their attitudes and treatment of women are changing? >> absolutely. i can tell you community after community, nepal our india or bangladesh, and many places we find in small communities, when people come to the lord, and all of a sudden they're reading god's word and they're hearing god's word, they understand the way god looks upon women and children and their value. and we see -- i know at least one village personally where five years among these people -- we find women look like women, and men treat their wives with some dignity and respect and love. and the family prays together. it is an amazing transformation that comes because of the gospel and the hope and the love experienced because of jesus. >> wendy: what is it like for an indian woman, who has been a hindu all her life, and she hears the gosp
officials from coming to the united states, and many other countries are thinking about following that pattern. so that was the kremlin retaliation. but not against american politicians. some how they decided to retaliate against their own children. that's a very sad situation. >> george: there are about 750,000 orphans and homeless children in russia. what is the government then doing to help care for these kids? >> what the russian government is doing, according to their own understanding, they think they do a lot. they provide those buildings. they provide food. they provide free education. but the most -- that's what these children need, they need family care. they need a family that will provide love for them. that will love them. that will help them to go over all those difficult issues when teenagers grow. and every child deserves to be loved. and that's what this law proves. so that unfortunately, this is i call it not just anti-american law. this is inhumane law. >> george: sergei, i have seen what the russian ministries is doing across the soviet union and specifically d
.s. >> iranian pastor says some of his members fled for the united states. that is not just christians leaving. >> they fled the country. they don't feel safe with coming with the muslim brotherhood. >> many egyptians remain because they can't afford to go anywhere else. >> in the sense of the better educated, more well off, people that are the job creators, ones that give higher donations to the church, those will be the ones that will be leaving. >> that will mean less opportunity and help for needy christians. western aid should be stop until the government upholds religious liberties. >> we need to be insisting it be the key for the western government. >> still many like these say they will stay in egypt. others say their church members are focussed on god's promises. >> he cares for us and will not forsake us. we believe in god's plan for egypt and follow it. >> the rise of the islamist and increased persecution is bringing egyptian christians closer together. >> all the churches are doing a lot of prayer and talking about the future, giving hope for the future. >> events like this in the
and defend the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> reporter: vice president joseph biden took the oath, too. >> i, joseph r., biden, jr. -- >> reporter: placing his hand on a five-inch thick bible that has been in his family since 1893. and president obama placed his hand on a bible used by abraham lincoln, and he used a travel bible by dr. martin luther king, jr. the people listening to the people's inaugural speech that closed his eyes, they may have thought they were listening to the late preacher. >> we freedom is a gift from god, it must be secured by people here on earth. >> reporter: now, he says, it is this generation's path to complete the journey they began. >> president obama: our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. for if we are truly created equal, than surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well. >> reporter: gay marriage, equal pay for women, and immigration reform, climate change, voting laws, and a strong social sa
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